to connectVideo5 things to say about the passenger airplanes that you probably didn’t know
Whether you’re a frequent flier, or have flown at a passenger aircraft once it is in your life, here are five things you need to know about the passenger planes.
For a lucky few, most recently it was a man and a woman, at 34,000 feet, saying, “I do” in the middle of a Jetstar Airways flights between their hometowns of Sydney, Australia, and New Zealand.
Plane-obsessed couple, David and Cathy Valliant, first-time online connection while you are playing an aircraft game, and then later met in person at the Sydney Airport in 2013.
“We locked eyes and that was it!!!!!” Cathy told USA Today.
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Three years later, on Halloween night, we went out on our first Dreamliner flight with Jetstar from Brisbane to Melbourne, where David had planned to propose to the board, but he was too nervous with all the passengers,” she said. “He finally proposed to that night.”
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During the planning of the wedding, Cathy wanted to ensure that the marriage was “truly memorable,” and “the symbol of our love and passion for the aviation industry, it is our love and passion for Australia and New Zealand, and in the love we have for each other,” the Australian outlet, Seven News reports.
At the end of the Live in the “bold” decision, please contact Jetstar on Facebook and ask if it would be possible to have a wedding on a flight, without telling her future husband. The bride-to-be was very pleased to find out that the carrier would like to see the unusual request.
A couple who recently became a husband and a wife, at 34,000 feet, saying, “I do” in the middle of a Jetstar Airways flights between their hometowns of Sydney, Australia, and New Zealand.
“When we first told our friends and family we were getting married on the run, and they were very happy for us and thought that we had something original to do,” David said, in a now-viral video shot on the day, and it’s uploaded by Jetstar to Facebook. “We’re both going crazy in the aviation sector, the union is there for you.”
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In the last month or so, and the couple on board the Jetstar flight to JQ201 in Sydney on their wedding-day clothes, accompanied by family and friends, and for the three-hour trip. The lovebirds said “I do” from the groom’s hometown of Sydney, as well as the bride, in the city of Auckland, new zealand.
David and Cathy will be married on the run, and a big congratulations to them, I wish them the best of luck,” the pilot announced on the plane’s intercom at the beginning of the journey
Following tradition, the bride walked down the aisle of an airplane, to meet her betrothed, by their vows, oh.l.d. a Jetstar employee.
Following tradition, the bride walked down the aisle of an airplane, to meet her betrothed, by their vows, oh.l.d. Jetstar employee, Robyn Holt.
The airline also took over the management of the organization deals with, and the provision of a guest book for passengers to notify each family of the News. A Jetstar employee even caught the bride’s bouquet.
“What is the most important day of our lives,” Cathy commented on her unique wedding ceremony.
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The newlyweds are living happily in Melbourne, australia.